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Nov 30, 2017
North UK

Not sure how to reply as I tried to read your comment, so it’s hard to give you a specific answer lol.

Either you adjust the rearsets on the frame or else there is internal issues (ie. cables, bent gear rods, clutch basket inside the bike worn down, plates, springs etc)

A faulty gearbox is the last thing you want, that’s a whole other mission to fix.

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